Money pumped into financial system not reaching broader economy

07/22/2009 | Financial Times (tiered subscription model)

Central banks worldwide have frantically poured money into the financial system to cope with the credit crunch, but that liquidity does not appear to be reaching the broader economy. Central bankers are encouraging financial institutions to use the funds to bolster lending, but banks are concerned about their balance sheets and potential losses on loans.

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